|Forum topic by Sceresoli||posted 07-08-2015 10:11 PM||704 views||0 times favorited||6 replies|
07-08-2015 10:11 PM
Quick question, I am a small shop woodworker and i just relocated to a new dedicated space (No more making space for the car every night) and now am having a small layout issue. The shop is a long rectangle (12ft x 35ft) with the overhead door located on one of the short sides. I have my miter saw against one of the longer walls allowing for good length boards to be cut (Roughly 10 ft of out feed to each side) but i am struggling to find a good fixed location for the joiner to give enough in feed and out feed space.
My question is, has any one every built/seen a miter saw and jointer combo table? My idea is built an out feed table for the miter saw table that will also be out feed for the jointer. Does this seem like a bad idea to you guys? I looked a lot on here and haven’t found anyone else doing this… which makes me thing its not a good choice.
Ps- This is my first post, im very excited to finally be a part of LJ